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. elizabeth warren takes a stand for working class americans. michele bachmann has seen the light on infrastructure and might be getting off the appalachain trail and heading back to washington and a southern pastor makes a radical stand for justice. but tonight, we start with the tenth anniversary of the ed show. let's get to work. the shock and awe campaign was launched against iraq. a decade later, the forces behind with trying to revise that history. today, donald rumsfeld tweeted ten years ago, the long, difficult work of liberating 25 million iraqis deserve our respect and appreciation. put aside for the moment the evolution in rumsfeld's justification for war. take a moment to offer some appreciation to those who actually deserve our respect. we can start with the lawmakers who voted no on the iraq war resolution and 133 in the house. some argued passionately against the war inside the u.s. capital. >> i weep for my country. i want to events of recent months and the -- no more is the image of america one of strong yet benevolent peace keeper. >> there were even members of p
hear michelle malkin's take on the man he wants to be secretary of labor. and vice-president's crazy joe bayne's gaffe earlier today. we have the tape, he's talking about violence against women and quote, garden variety slaps. really, uncle joe? the only thing we'd ever grown together was a record collection. no. ere was that fuzzy stuff the gouda. [ both ] ugh! when it came to our plants... we were so confused. how much is too much water? too little? until we got miracle-gro moisture control. it does what basic soils don't by absorbing more water, so it's there when plants need it. yeah, they're bigger and more beautiful. guaranteed. inots. in the ground. in a ukulele. are youidding me? that was idea. with the right soil... everyone grows withiracle-gro. a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can pro
, the caribbean vacation turned nightmare for thousands. >>> plus, michelle obama revealed. the first lady in "vogue" striking in a midnight blue dress and black kitten heels. >>> macattack, is this the death of the iphone? live in the cnn newsroom. >>> good morning, thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello. a few hours from now, pope francis will celebrate his first mass as leader of the catholic church and the very cardinal who's elected him. the pope, a couple of hours ago, visiting the basilica of santa maria marja in rome. we are there looking at the first full day and beyond. miguel, new details about pope francis, for example, he wouldn't ride in a chauffeured driven limo. he wanted to ride on the bus with the other cardinals. he refused to step on the throne, but stood on the same level of cardinals. different for a pope. >> well, look. out of the gate this guy wants to prove this is a new church, he is a new pope. one of the interesting things after that mass that basilica santa maria. checked out of his hotel. and he picked up his bags and now somewhere in the vati
, that will good. >> see you later, as well. ty, up to you. >>> cnbc has this story covered in europe. michelle caruso cabrera on the insides of that deal and reverberations. she's on her way soon to that part of the world. steve liesman on his way soon to westchester county. robert, who knows where he's going. what it might mean for russia's rich. >> nondisclosed location. >> tyler, i'm looking at the markets and the commentary coming in to my e-mail. i think knee-jerk contagion is now becoming contagion as some investors doubt that what's going on in cyprus is really raising concerns about the positive insurance worldwide. citi group in a report that just came out, contagion risks are over rated in our view. the risk of bank runs in other euro area countries has clearly risen but the unique features of the cypriot situation should limit the read through to other cases in the euro area. in case you didn't know this, issuing a strong statement the reassure american depositors. while the situation in cyprus is a real concern for the depositors in cypriot's banks, depositors in the u.s. banks are
to have to get to michelle in illinois really quick, because michelle is 11. hi, michelle -- i'm sorry. it's michael. >> caller: it's michael, yeah. hi, i just wanted to call in to say how much i love watching your show. >> hal: oh right on. >> hi michael. >> caller: hi. >> hal: are you on your way to school? >> i have the day off. >> hal: why do you have the day off? >> i'm with family. >> hal: why didn't i think of that? i used to have to -- to get out of school there would have to be 8 feet of snow and i would have to have stitches. so that's great. so i want you to give all of your family a hug, tell them one good thing you can think of special to them something you love about them that they do because they will really appreciate it. you may think it but it is always great when their hear it. >> oh, that's my favorite call of the day. >> hal: it's pretty awesome. let's go to let's deal with the stew benville thing when we come back from the break. and we have somebody from jacksonville florida who thinks the republicans need a new name and somebody else theys that
. >>> in an interview with "vogue" magazine, first lady michelle obama said she and the president don't socialize that much in washington because their daughters, sasha and malia, are the number one priority, but the president said now that the kids are getting older and have less time for their parents, "who knows? maybe you'll see us out in the clubs." that would be a sight to see. >>> and students at texas a&m showed up for country line dancing at a flash mob for former president george h.w. bush. he was visiting the bush school of government and public service. he said he loved the surprise performance. and that's your morning's "dish of scrambled politics." >>> and turning now to the weather, dylan dreyer is here with the forecast. how could you not love a flash mob of country line dancing? >> oh, i know. >> that would make anybody happy. >> i wonder how many people had to quick learn the line dance. >> they're pretty easy. >> that's true. follow the person in front of you. don't be in the front row. we are going to see some chilly air hang tough across the northeast, even down into the nort
" cover girl, first lady, michelle obama, again, i suppose. >> she looks good. >> welcome back to "early start." >> it's thursday morning, 5:30 in the east. >>> history unfolding in rome at this very moment, as pope francis gets to work as leader of the world's 1.2 billion catholics. at noon eastern, the pope holds a private mass with the cardinals who elected him, inside the sistine chapel. this morning, we're learning a lot more about jorge mario bergoglio. known in argentina as father jorge. our coverage begins as it has the last few mornings, with miguel. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, john. the pope francis was off to a busy start already this morning. he was at the basilica. and he prayed to the virgin mary there. he interestingly went to the crypt, which is inside that church, one of the oldest churches in rome, also owned by the vatican. went to the crypt of st st. ignatius, who founded the jesuit order. and rome is crazy about the new pope here. it's top news here. the surprise of francis. the pope, this is really sweet one. thank you, rome. he came out last night and
a little bit later. but dana will be back in a moment. she was running, literally running with michelle bachmann the congresswoman bobbing and weaving pulling fast moves to duck some tough questions from dana. dana's pursuit of the congresswoman when we come back. >> the president went missing. i love making money. i try to be smart with my investments. i also try to keep my costs down. what's your plan? ishares. low cost and tax efficient. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. nlove. as americans, we believed we can'tin freedom.person we that's what i fought for as a marine, and that's what we believe in as republicans. freedom means freedom for everyone. i didn't use to understand the importance of same-sex marriage, but after learning my brother was gay i wanted the same rights for him. he was the best man at my wedding a
they are trying to get -- >> was there a question there? >> i'm talking to michelle. i know there's an effort to get healthier options into mcdonald's. how do we not look at this as fast food chains preparing for litigation that's sure to come? >> i don't think so. if you don't think it's healthy, you don't have to eat there. >> exactly. >> the average consumer at a fast food restaurant is a guy in his 20s eating there three or four times a month. no loyalty to burger king or mcdonald's and they have carrots ready to go for the happy meals but half the time parents don't ask for them. it's individual choices. don't like it. don't go there. >> i love that attitude. >> some people live in food deserts and have to drive 20 minutes to get healthy food and can't afford that. >> when's the last time you ate at mcdonald's? >> i ate there with my kids at the end of last year. >> michelle, this isn't fair. we have you in a box. you come in and we'll talk about it. you clearly have a different point of view. we should discuss. it's not about individual choice. i'll give you the last word next time. tha
michelle mal kin, and rush limbaugh said the republican party is getting bam boozeled. how difficult is it for the gop to really be transformed? how hard is going to be for them to see a different way? >> i think it's going to be a real challenge for them. i think having priebus come out and say this is the way we're going to transform the party is one thing, but in reality he's not on the ground. he's not the one sitting in senate or congress or even in the state houses. he's really a figurehead, and really the party itself is going to have to decide whether they want to go the way of reince priebus or go in the three other directions that they're going. >> i don't want to say three blind mice. thank you so very much. >>> this man is comparing president obama to the devil again? that's next. we're in san francisco. google's backyard for the bing it on challenge. [fight bell: ding, ding] what's your preferred search engine? search engine, uhh, probably google. if we do a side by side blind test comparison, and you end up choosing google, you get an xbox. i'll bet you the xbox, you be
that were hacked include michelle obama, joe biden, fbi director robert mueller. hillary clinton, beyonce, paris hilton and a slew of other celebrities >> bill: it's amazing they would ever get that information. actually, it's not so amazing. you go online, you can find out. just google people. >> you can find out a lot. >> peter: i think the most disturbing part is if the anyone cares what harris hilton has going on her private life. >> iran is considering suing hollywood over the oscar winning movie "argo" saying it's portrayal of the country is unrealistic. cbs news reporting iranian authorities have hired a french attorney to figure out how and where to file this lawsuit. last month, the iranians dismissed the ben affleck picture as pro-cia, anti-iran. >> sue hollywood. >> good luck suing hollywood. >> twinkies are coming back. abc reporting that two buy-out firms have teamed up to purchase the hostes brand and restore the iconic food to shelves. hohos and ding dongs have been gone since the hostess was shuterred. $10 million for the brand which include
that research could lead to significant savings in the future. here is what congress woman michele bachmann had to say in her speech at cpac. >> we cared in the 1950s when we had an epidemic of polio that was sweeping over the nation. at that time economists told us the annual costs to deal with polio would be something like $100 billion a year. if you translate that into today's dollars you are talking more like trillions of dollars. or a trillion dollars. and yet those huge costs didn't happen to us. why? because someone cared. >> shannon: tim pinkerton, contributing editor and writer for the spi the conservative me joins us now. it is not polio but we have other medical issues we spend billions, maybe even trillions treating instead of curing. do you think we need to change the conversation? >> alzheimer's for example which is a roughly $172 billion hit on the u.s. economy every year headed toward a trillion dollars a year. headed toward a cumulative cost by 2050 of perhaps 20 trillion with a t dollars total. that is a medical burden that nobody's health insurance plan can fix by itself. not
by the parents of the army private after using it. michelle lee -- michael lee collapsed after ten minutes of running. the parents blame the supplement saying it shouldn't have been on store shelves in the first place. good to see you both. let me start with you. if you go to the gnc website it describes this as follows. ultra intense muscle strength and energy, power and endurance. vicky, allegedly contains a powerful stimulant and some experts say it's kind of like amphetamines. so do the parents have a legitimate wrongful death cause of action? >> i absolutely think they did he especially against the manufacturers. it's banned in seven different countries. it's called a controlled substance and not a natural supplement. at this point it is absolutely going to be able to be proven and probably out of court on the wrongful death suit. this is harmful and unsafe dietary supplement not good for human consumption. that is the biggest problem. they don't have to be meet standards of drugs. fda doesn't have to look at that. these supplement providers have to show the labels. they don't have to
star -- >> what i found interesting about mitt romney and michele bachmann is they all were giving their stump speeches from when they were running for president. it was barely warmed over from the campaign. >> bill: yeah. sarah palin i just wonder how much money they save her to give the big keynote speech. and she is nothing. she is not tina fey with these one-liners that don't go anywhere. how about background checks. >> and background checks i guess to learn more about a person's thinking about intention. more background checks. it should have started with yours mr. president. >> bill: oh god. not even funny. >> i can't believe they are back to giving her any credibility at all. >> bill: yeah and similarly when she took another jab at president obama. >> remember no drama obama? if only now it's all drama obama. we don't have leadership coming out of washington. we have reality television. [ applause ] >> bill: yeah. uh-huh. >> except it's really bad reality tv and the american people tuned out a long time ago. >> bill: by the way who is the only politician to ha
in a series of irresponsible and reckless provocations. >>> and minnesota republican congresswoman michele bachmann she spoke at cpac this morning, criticized what she called the extravagances of the obama white house. >> we are also the ones who are paying for someone to walk the president's dog, paying for someone to walk the president's dog? now, why are we doing that when we can't even get a disabled veteran into the white house for a white house tour? >>> and in just a few minutes from now, saratoga springs, utah, mayor mia love will be delivering a major address to cpac conservatives. last fall, she was one of the featured speakers at the republican national convention as a candidate for congress. if she won, she would have been the first black female ever elected to congress as republican but she lost that race by a narrow mar jane, about 1%. mayor mia love joins me now from the cpac convention. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> you are -- >> i can't see you. good to hear you. >> you are not missing much. you're going to be speaking there in a few minutes, i understand. what d
. >> reporter: conner. hello. what is your name? >> cameron kelly. >> michelle kelly. >> reporter: all from houston, texas thnchts is parson kelly. >> reporter: why did you want to be here with your family? >> it is fantastic. we started out with wanting to take the kids to italy for vacation, got here a week and a half ago and fate has put us here at the right time. we've been coming here for the last day and a half looking at the smoke and a couple times black smoke which was exciting because we knew we'd keep coming back and just feel blessed it happened while we're here. we fly out on friday and it is very exciting. the kids, it's late for them but they're as excited and smiling as can be. >> isn't it past your bed time? >> yes. >> reporter: yeah? what is it like to be here? >> great. >> reporter: yeah? exciting? >> yes. >> reporter: there are a lot of crowds. is everyone -- seems like everyone is very happy here. >> yes. very. >> reporter: yeah? for you, why was it so important to bring the kids? >> well, it's such an historic moment, and we are catholic, so it's even more special for
then realizing you forgot to pack your tooth brush. >>> another fashion first for the first lady michelle obama making the cover of "vogue" magazine not once but twice. cnn's alina cho was the first reporter to sit down with the reporter behind the story. tell our viewers what happened. >> you know what? the first lady may be on the cover of "vogue" but the editor actually had 40 minutes with the couple meaning the president, too, over the years vogue has profiled first lady after first lady but this is the first time the fashion magazine has ever put an american first lady on its cover twice. second term, second cover. first lady michelle obama in vogue again. >> there is something so ground breakingly modern about the obamas. you know, they are the first black president and first lady. >> reporter: vogue' powerful editor-in-chief is a massive obama fundraiser once rumored to be the next u.s. ambassador to the uk. so it's her friend the first lady appearing on "vogue's" april cover wearing a sleeveless dress by the same designer mrs. obama chose for the inauguration. here she is in michael koh
. even following the best practices there is still a chance it can become affected. michelle obama, who i am sure has very good cyber security practices, she had her personal information stolen. it is about managing the risk rather than you thinking you can protect yourself from big tax. hacks. big host: the president saying " we have made it clear to china and other state actors that we expect them to follow international norms and abide by international rules." that is something that james clapper echoed in his testimony. host: the united states is pushing very hard for a set of the international norms, which is basically the rules of the of what is acceptable and not acceptable. certain countries like china and russia believe that filtering internet content is a legitimate role of the state. -- theyieve certain believe the government should have a right to control that. in the united states we disagree. we support free speech. that is an example of that kind of disagreement that is occurring right now. if you look at if -- host: if you look at the threats we facing in this country, is
at that. it was michelle obama, though, who suggested the fountains on the north and south lawns were d dyed green to mark st. patrick's day today. >>> and an encore. watching barney frank take the broadway stage for a one-week appearances in a play, we've learned frank has another retirement plan up his had sleeve. the outspoken democrat just printed an opinion piece in the main sunday telegram, and if you read the fine print, you'll learn he will now be a regular contributor to "the telegram's" insight section. >>> and more trouble for carnival cruise lines. a third ship, count three now, finds itself in need of repairs. first. >>> an iraqi came up, perfect english, an american hostage being held, she's at the hospital. make sure authorities know. >> a look back at some of the most monumental moments of the war are in iraq with journalists including the one you just saw there who helped cover it ten years ago. >>> you're watching msnbc. the place for politics. i'm up next, but now i'm singing the heartburn blues. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast relief. cue up alka-seltzer. it stops h
. >>> this is really something. you've got to see this. remember michele bachmann. that's her in green right there. doesn't look happy, does she? she once led the republican field in the 2012 race for president for a short time. but she's back to being a member of congress. her area of expertise now, making accusations and making headlines. case in point, her speech at the cpac conference. >> now we find out there are five chefs an air force one. there are two projectionists who operate the white house movie theater. they regularly sleep at the white house in order to be readily available in case the first family wants a really, really late show. we are also the ones who are paying for someone to walk the president's dog. >> well, a lot of that just didn't sound right. so, cnn's dana bash sought out bachmann yesterday. >> questionable or untrue. can you talk to me about that? >> the comments i made, during the benghazi debacle, the president went missing. >> i want to talk about the fact you said, you said, the excesses he engaged in, the fact he has a dog walker, which is not true. >> the big poi
since it's so well respected. one of the biggest reasons is because of the food. we have michelle weaver, the chef from charleston grill here cook up some -- you got shrimp going and crab cakes. it's also well-known for the history. we have got eric lavender from the parrot and the pirate tours. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> you brought along captain bob. >> he's a blue and gold macaw. >> there is so much history here. the civil war got started here. but blackbeard is really -- he seized the harbor we're in now. >> yes, he did. >> in 1718? >> it was june 1718. they showed up here. he had his flagship. it was a 40 gun sloop he had stolen off of barbados. he had stopped here for a purpose. he and his crew had been to sea for quite a long time and they had gotten rather sick. in fact, they had shall we call it a nasty socially transmitted disease. >> oh, yuck. >> yeah. and they actually came here. they seized five ships and kidnapped all the people and held them hostage until the city coughed up a case of medicine for them. >> wow. and one of the biggest reasons that charleston w
and rudy guiliani, and past winners, michele bachmann. they did not go on to be president, but popular at the gathering. >> tucker: you want to look at the republican debates, look at the cpac lineup, pretty accurate. >> alisyn: and dr. ben carson in the limelight after the national prayer breakfast,' he gave his vision before the president. he was a huge hit and got rousing standing ovation from the podium there and he made a-- possibly a slip or a joke about running for the white house. let's listen to dr. carson. >> it's almost laughable some of the things i hear people say to criticize me, he's a neuro surgeon, he couldn't know anything about economics. it's not brain surgery. i can tell you this much, even as a local brain surgeon, if you have the highest corporate tax rates in the world, then of course corporations are going to have money elsewhere. corporations are not in business to be social welfare organizations. they are there to make money and a wise government knows how to use that to their advantage. >> alisyn: all right. what i was referring to, a little slip was during
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